Steel Board & Batten Siding

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Steel board and batten siding is another sophisticated and maintenance-free product available from TruLog. Whether you’re going for a modern, rustic, or updated look, steel board and batten siding is the perfect option

Why Steel Board and Batten Siding?

When it comes to steel siding, you have several options. But choosing steel board and batten siding is a great choice for a variety of homes, for a variety of reasons.

Let’s start by talking about what makes TruLog siding different from other board and batten options. Other designs are often made from wood panels, which require timely and expensive maintenance.

 

TruLog offers board and batten siding constructed from high-quality steel, you can rest assured that your siding will be easy to clean, simple to maintain and last for decades.

Worried you’ll miss out on the charming, rustic look of wood? Our steel board and batten siding still gives you that natural appearance you’re after but without weather damage, bug infestations, rotting wood, mold, mildew, power-washing, painting, or sealing.

Get everything you want with steel board and batten siding from TruLog. The advantages of steel siding are waiting for you.

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Is Board and Batten Metal Siding Right For Me?

If you’re looking for a siding option that is both durable and visually appealing, board and batten metal siding may be the right choice for you. This type of siding consists of vertical metal siding panels with alternating narrow strips (known as battens) covering the seams between the panels. 

Board and batten metal siding is sometimes referred to as metal board and batten siding, metal board and batten, batten metal siding, metal siding board and batten, metal batten siding, board and batten metal, or steel board and batten.

Advantages of Steel Board and Batten Siding

One of the key advantages of board and batten metal siding is its durability. Unlike traditional wood siding, metal siding resists moisture, rot, and insect damage. It is also less susceptible to fading and discoloration over time. In addition, metal siding panels are available in a wide range of colors and finishes, including wood grain patterns like those offered by TruLog.

Another advantage of board and batten metal siding is its ease of installation. Many metal siding products, including Bridger Steel’s Ultra Batten, use a concealed fastener system that allows for a clean, seamless appearance. This system helps prevent water infiltration and eliminates the need for exposed fasteners, which can be a potential entry point for moisture and pests.

Metal board and batten siding panels can also be used for roofing, adding a cohesive look to your home or building. The panels can be installed horizontally for a traditional metal panel appearance, or vertically for a board and batten panel look. This versatility in installation allows for a variety of design options.

Disadvantages of Board and Batten Metal Siding

However, there are some potential drawbacks to board and batten metal siding to consider. One is the higher upfront cost compared to traditional wood siding. However, the long-term maintenance savings and durability of metal siding can offset this cost over time.

Another potential issue is that metal siding can be noisy in heavy rain or hail. However, proper insulation can help mitigate this issue.

The Bottom Line

Overall, board and batten metal siding can be a great choice for those looking for a durable, low-maintenance siding option with a unique, rustic appearance. When considering this type of siding, be sure to research the different metal panel options available and consult with a professional to determine the best fastener system and installation method for your project.

Expect the Best from TruLog

When you’re ready to make steel board and batten siding a part of your design, reach out to one of our expert team members. We’ll explain how to measure for your project and assist you in ordering your TruLog steel board and batten siding.

Once your project is complete and your steel board and batten siding has been installed, you and your family will enjoy the authentic, rustic log cabin charm and added protection provided by steel for years to come without the constant upkeep associated with real wood. Make more memories and less work with steel board and batten siding.

Client Testimonials

Love the siding and salesman was very helpful

Love the siding and salesman was very helpful and answered all emails ands calls very quickly.

I felt like a valued customer and definitely got a great product. I’ve had nothing but ompliments on my home. Thanks!

Tracy T.

TruLog was so helpful during the whole process

Ryan with TruLog was so helpful during the whole process of getting my family samples to the finish product. TruLog looks amazing on my grandparents house that was an original log cabin.

My grandparents house looks like a new log cabin again. Thank you Ryan and TruLog for everything!

Ben B.

Easy install and looks fantastic

This was an easy install and looks fantastic when it’s all done and the customers love the look when they come in to the store.

I am going to use this product again for another project I am working on. Thanks Tru Log

Scott S.

No matter where you are in the country, we can ship our American-made Woodgrain steel siding to you.

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In our free catalog, you will learn about the benefits of TruLog’s™ Steel Siding Product

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TruLog Product Catalog

In our free catalog, you will learn about the benefits of TruLog’s™ Steel Siding